In the latest episode of the Open Floor podcast, SI.com's Lee Jenkins welcomes one of the NBA's most entertaining players to the show: Clippers guard Jamal Crawford.
Jenkins talks to Crawford about what it's like to be in "the zone" and when the shooting guard knows he has it going. The former Sixth Man of the Year talks discusses past instances of him catching fire and what it feels like when you know everything is going in.
Crawford also discusses his love for League Pass and his favorite teams and players to watch. He also talks about his affinity for playing pick-up games during the off-season—some of which are legendary, including the time he dropped 118 points in a summer league game.
Among the other topics discussed: playing for 17 coaches in 16 seasons, when he embraced his sixth man role, his dream one-on-one field for All-Star Weekend and what it was like having Shawn Kemp and Gary Payton come watch his high school games in Seattle.
Check back on SI.com later this week for another episode of Open Floor.